- Claudio Ranieri visited his former club's training base to say his goodbyes
- "I don't speak with anybody, just to say thank you to the fans" he said
- He was sacked nine months after leading to the club a Premier league title
Claudio Ranieri has visited Leicester's training ground for one last time to say his final goodbyes to his former players and staff.
The 65-year-old Italian visited the club on Saturday, February 25 before leaving in his car and a plastic bag from the club.
"I don't speak with anybody, just to say thank you to the fans. They are fantastic. Thank you," he told Sky Sports News as he drove away.
On how he was feeling, he said: "I feel good now, because what we achieved in Leicester... I hope it will happen again, but it will be very difficult.''
When asked if it had been an emotional meeting with his players, he insisted it had been "normal."
Ranieri led the midlands club to a shock title last season but was sacked with the team a point above the relegation zone.
According to reports, Ranieri will walk away with a £3million pay off
Leicester have lost their last five league games and are yet to score in the top flight in 2017 ahead of Monday's visit of Liverpool.